23 March 2010

Follow the money

James Delingpole disembowels the latest tendentious editorial in The Economist arguing that 'we cannot afford to take the risk however small it may be' with reference to the global warming scam.
OK, so UK Plc currently has a massive structural deficit, and knows it will soon have nothing left in the pot to spend on essentials like security and defence, let alone on fripperies. And how is the likely incoming CEO D Cameron proposing to deal with this crisis? Erm, he’s not yet quite sure. But one thing’s for certain: he’s going to stick with the new regulation brought in by the previous regime for this essential new scheme called the Climate Change Act. For the mere bagatelle of £18 billion poured down the drain annually, this will enable UK Plc to stifle its efficiency, drive up costs and wear the smug smile you only get when you know that none of your competitors is nearly SO bound by righteous green regulation as you. Nice.
Nice for some indeed, as one of the comments explains:
Nat Rothschild’s Henderson Global Investors controls $64 trillion in the Carbon Disclosure Project so he has to hedge forward-looking intelligence on AGW profits with institutionalized ignorance of the fraud.
Nat Rothschild was a member of the Bullingdon Club group that included David Cameron and George Osborne. They are what the Americans call 'asshole buddies'. The Economist Group is half owned by the Financial Times, a subsidiary of Pearson PLC. A group of independent shareholders, including many members of the staff and the Rothschild banking family of England, owns the rest.


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